MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# The area of a second soup can’s base is 5π in.². The can has a height of 10 inches. How would you use that information to find how much soup the can will hold? Explain

Accepted Solution

A:

To find how much soup the can will hold, we need to find the volume of the can.

Volume = base area x height.

We know that the base area is 5π in² and the height is 10 in. We will use these 2 values to find the volume:

Volume = 5π 10 = 50π in³ or 157.08 in³ (Nearest hundredth)

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Answer: The can can hold 157.07 in³ of soup.

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Volume = base area x height.

We know that the base area is 5π in² and the height is 10 in. We will use these 2 values to find the volume:

Volume = 5π 10 = 50π in³ or 157.08 in³ (Nearest hundredth)

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Answer: The can can hold 157.07 in³ of soup.

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